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Old July 4, 2017   #61
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I knew it would be sideways
No internet just phone here...
Wood fired oven tricky judging temp.
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Old July 4, 2017   #62
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I knew it would be sideways
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Delete yours and copy this one to your post then I will delete mine and say how nice it looks.
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I need an I-pad size phone. I'm all thumbs...and then the auto-correct
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Old July 4, 2017   #64
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First attempt ever half whole wheat half bread flour with flaxseed.
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Old July 4, 2017   #65
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Very soft fluffy and moist almost like store bought.
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Very soft fluffy and moist almost like store bought.
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Yum. Good crumb. Possibly a good BLT slice.
(BLT in our plans as a storm is imminent within the hour)
No bbq lobster/steak this 4th of July...maybe tomorrow
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Oakley....what great looking bread!!! That can make a guy have bread envy...just awesome
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Worth....That looks like great bread....I love the simple pleasures in life. Bread and butter does it get any better?
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Well, bread butter and bacon.
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@oakley you made me stop and check the radar! The sun is splittin the rocks here.. looks like the storm is a welcome home just for you.
Your bread looks awesome... as usual. I had to go read about Forkish.
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My contribution to the family 4th of July supper this evening, the meat and bread. I cant wait to dig in. Brisket was smoked for 14 hours....long and slow is my style.

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NOW to see some GOOD pastrami !

Haven's had a good pastrami on heavy rye since a lunch at a Jewish deli in NYC.

About six inches deep with pastrami and mustard only, then steamed.

I bet either of you could do it, but the pastrami cannot be too lean or dry.
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NOW to see some GOOD pastrami !

Haven's had a good pastrami on heavy rye since a lunch at a Jewish deli in NYC.

About six inches deep with pastrami and mustard only, then steamed.

I bet either of you could do it, but the pastrami cannot be too lean or dry.

Did it some time ago.
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Moist, dense, and just enough twang to tell you it's sourdough. In other word, if you don't like sourdough bread, you won't like this cornbread.

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Worth,
you amaze me!
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